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lus tile iced
His Mnjoty tlie
K ' tn appoint
LORRIN A. THURSTON
to be His Acting Attorney-General.
Honolulu, Nov. 22, 1SS0.
Office or the Hoard or llnurii,)
Honolulu, II. I., Nov. IS, 1839. J
Healed tenders will bo iceoivcil nt
tins ofllce until MONDAY, Dee. 2nd,
1880, until 12 o'clock noon, for the
tlelhery on tlio wharf nt Kahuipavm,
Molokai, in good oider and condi
tion, nu average of ninety (00) head
of Fut Reef Cattle per month, for
the use of the Board of Health, for
t-ix ((!) months from tho time of
u wauling the contract. The tender
should state tho aveinge weight and
price per head.
The Board of Health does not
bind itself to accept the lowest or
Geo. C. POTTER,
-101 31 Secretary.
Tux Collector' .Votliio, ItUtrirt of
ilouolulu. lMlnn0r Oaliu.
Tax payers in this District are
hereby notified that the ta.es for the
current year will be due and paya
ble at the oflice of the Tax Asesor
and Collector in the Kapuaiwa
Building, on tho lht day of No em
ber, A. D. 1880.
The oflice is open from 0 a. m. to
4 r. M. daily (Sundays excepted), and
on Saturdays oflice closes at 12 o'clock
All amounts over $10 must be paid
in U. S. Gold Coin or Hawaiian Cei
tiflcatcs of Deposit.
Taxes not paid before the 13th day
of December next will be liable to
suit with 10 per cent, and costs
added. T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor and Collector of
Taxes, District of Konu.
S. M. Dam ox,
Minister of Finance. 40o 13t
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, NOV. 25, 1889.
THE SATURDAY EXCURSION.
Not a large part' took the excur
sion by land and water offered by
the Oahu Railway and Land Com
pany on Satin day afternoon. There
were sufficient, however, to make a
sociable appearance on both train
and boat. Even those who were
over the rails before did not find the
charms of the land trip stale, as the
breezes arc ever fresh fiom sea or
mountain and the novelty of scenery
passed through wears well. The
vaging by the steamer Ewa of a
score of miles over the waters of the
now world-renowned harbor, which
on this occasion presented a surface
as smooth as the proverbial mill
pond, was full of luxurious sensa
tions from the views of surrounding
nature and the exhilarating air be
neath a thinly clouded sky. A band
of native musicians sang and pla3?ed
melodious selections all the way.
Some of the more thoughtful of the
paity brought along well-stocked
lunch baskets, their foresight in an
ticipating the appetizing effects &t
the cruise being only surpassed by
the generosity with which they
shared round their toothsome stores.
The IJur.LETiN representative, who
wts among the improvident ones,
had not time to bewail his folly be
fore he was treated to a princely re
fection. The excursion train reached
town about f:20 o'clock, all on
board looking as if they should de
sire to repeat the jaunt every week.
The Royal Mail steamship Mari
posa, Capt. Il.iyward, arrived Satur
day evening at 11:30 o'clock from
San Francisco with 25 cabin and 12
steerage passengers for this port
and 1 10 in transit for the Colonics.
Slio left the w.harf at San Francisco
at 4 p. m. Saturday, Nov. ICth,
and anchored in the stream until
midnight at which hour the mails,
which had been detained, arrived on
board. At 12:33 a. m. Sunday the
steamer proceeded to sea. From
the 17th to 19th experienced strong
breeze fiom W. and S. W. with
heavy head sea, thence to port
heavy westerly swell with frequent
rain squalls. The Mariposa brought
.r(70 packages of freight for this
port and hud in transit for the Colo
nies, 1171 tons for Sydney, and 152
tons for Auckland. She left for
the Colonies shoitly after 4 o'clock
sm'wM iiBB8WHHj.JWU.Hllifim.fiinfiHiV 1 1 1 ilito'
Sun Francisco, 2?ov. lGrA,
!'. Mi-ripota. )
THE UXlTEt) STATES ASD HAWAII.
Clans Spreckels talked in Phila
delphia about the prevalent idort that
Blaine intends to spring a definite
policy with regard to the expansion
of American influence. This was
what, the country expected of Blaine
and the expectation was heightened
by the Snmoan incident, but it was
Mr. Spicckcls' opinion there would
be no annexation of the Hawaiian Isl
ands. He did not believe Secretary
Blnlnc intended to annex any terri
tory, but if the United States want
ed "the islands it was not within the
powei of any counliy to wrest them
from her. They had a coaling sta
tion at Honolulu and at Pearl river
one of the finest harbors in the
world. Should war break out they
would want such a harbor, and it
would never do to let the Hawaiian
Islands go into the power of any
The consideration of the Pearl
Harbor matter by the Secretaries of
States and the Navy has drawn at
tention anew in Washington lo legis
lation, for the protection of the in
terests of the United States in the
Pacific. Shortly before the close of
the last (fiftieth) Congiess, an ap
propriation of S."00,000 was made to
be distributed by tho President for
the ptotcction of American interests
in Samoa. The fund was somewhat
of a confidential nature, and pos
sibby a detailed report of its expen
diture will not be given. So far as
known the only payments out of it
have been for the expenses of the
Samoan commission to Berlin, the
cost of sending home the shipwreck-"
ed sailors from Samoa, and the pur
chase of presents to reward Samo
nns for help given in the hurricane
at Apia. Nothing has been ex
pended of the separate appropria
tion of $100,000 towaid establishing
a coaling station at Pago-Pago.
Hon. II. A. P. Caiter, Hawaiian
Minister, has returned to Washing
ton from his visit lo Honolulu. In
an interview he 3tatcd that he had
not yet formally piesented any pro
positions to the Secretary of State,
but he expected to do so. The pro
positions as he then outlined them are
all in the treaty memorandum pre
viously published in Hawaiian and
The Blythe will case, on trial the
past month or two in San Francisco,
has had witnesses frora "Wales, to
prove that Blythe was well known
in that country under hi3 true name
An attempted revolution in Gua
temala resulted in three leaders be
ing shot and the others captured,
and all is now quiet.
The cruiser Baltimore made a
second trial trip, 13th, making in a
four hours' steady run 20.2 knots an
hour, against 19.8 knots on the first
trip, but it is not yet known whether
she developed more or less than the
9,000 horse-power called for by the
Jefferson Davis, the rebel Presi
dent, has been ill but is better. He
is 81 years old and has been in deli
cate health for years.
At Tompkins' Rend, Louisiana,
Hebrew merchants' storesliavc been
riddled with bullets, and placarded
with the threat : "No Jews after the
first of January. A Delhi warning
of fire and lead will make you
Small-por has carried off a third
of the population of the Falkland
The will of the late John Crerar of
Chicago leaves large bequests to
relatives and various benevolent ob
jects, the crowning benefaction being
$2,250,000 for a public library in
the city of Chicago, to be known as
the John Crciar Library.
The total receipts of the Seattle
relief fund were $103,278.53 and
expenditures 800,090.57, leaving a
balance of 342,593.01 on which the
committee expect considerable diafts
during the winter.
An immense irrigating canal to wa
ter several million acres is project
ed iiNew Mexico. A bill will be
intiodjced in Congress next session
to admit New Mexico as a State.
In examinations before a court of
registration at Salt Lake City, apos
tates f i om Mormonism have expos
ed the. ceremonies of the Endowment
House, where all the secret rites of
the church arc performed. The
disclosures showed the organization
to be of the most treasonable and
An important Silver Convention
nt Denver, Coloindo, passed a reso
lution of bcvcn clauses demanding
the repeal of all laws restricting the
coinage of bilver. The meeting or
ganized permanently as the "Colo
rado Silver Association."
The volcano Cerro do Mono Pe
lada, in Tabasco, Mexico, -is throw
ing,, out vast quantities of water
"Nellie Bly" (Miss Cochrane),
the female reporter of tho New
York World, sailed the 14th on the
steamer Augusta Victoria in an at
tempt to travel round the world in
Beveiitj'-fivo days, beating Jules
Veino's fancied time, of eighty days
as made by Phineas Fogg. Miss
Elizabeth Bisland loft Now York the
samo day for San Francisco in tho
interest of the Cosmopolitan Maga
zine, bound round tho world in im
to beat Miss Cochrane's
DAILY BULLETIN i
Mrs, Lcland Stanford has promised
lo subscribe 8600 to tho project of
purchasing and restoring Sutter's
A fight occuncd in Kentucky be
tween the Fiench and Eversole fac
tions, which continued 52 hours and
resulted in the death of three or
four and tho wounding of several
Gold discoveries are reported in
Noith Carolina which rival in rich
ness the mines of California.
Commodore White, Chief of
Yards and Docks, has reported in
severe terms on the report of the
commission to select n alto for a
navy yard on Puget Sound. Secre
tary Tracy will probably recom
mend that no new navy yard be es
tablished on the Fncific Coast, but
that Marc Island be increased to
meet any requirement.
From Washington on tho 10th it
is reported as settled thnt the cruis
er Charleston will make her maiden
cruise as the flagship of the Pacific
squadron under Commodore Brown
who succeeds Admiral Kimbcrly.
Capt. Geo. C. Rcmey, commander
of the Chailcston, arrived in San
Francisco on the 9th. It was under
stood there that the new cruiser
would proceed to China as the flag
ship on that statinn.
Mrs. Maude Morgan, an import
ant witness in the Cionin murder
trial, waq sandbagged and seriously
injured in Chicago on the night of
A mutilated body has been found
at St. Paul in a cofiln of barrel
staves on which was carved the
words, "a traitor." It looks like the
Cronin murder but the victim is not
A terrific snow storm prevailed in
New Mexico for nine days, causing
loss of life and propcity. The samo
blizzard was felt severely tlnough
out the Southwestern States.
Col. W. C. Goodloe, a member of
the National Republican Commit
tee, slabbed and killed Col. A. M.
Swopc, a prominent Republican, in
tho post otllcc at Lexington, Ken
tucky, on the Sth. Swope began
the fight by drawing a pistol on
Goodloe, who stabbed and slashed
him many times. Swope died on
the spot and Goodloe came out seri
ously wounded with a bullet in his
body. The cause of tho affray was
a remark made by Goodloe about
Swope in tho Republican convention
of May, 1888.
Stanford's marc Stinol has beaten
the world's three-year-old record by
trotting a mile in 2:101. The mare
may yet beat Maud S."'s record of
Peter Jackson, the Australian
negro, defeated Jem Smith in less
than two rounds in England. Peter
is now talked of to tackle Sullivan.
It is announced fiom London
that the late Father Damien will be
succeeded on the island of Molokai
bj' his brother.
A banquet attended by a distin
guished company was given P. T.
Barnum, the great American show
man in London. G. A. Sala eulo
gised Barnum for his morality and
integrity. Viscount Bury gave the
toast for the United States and said
that English and American blood
commingled would dominate the
w 01 Id.
The total number of paying visi
tors to the Paris exhibition was 25,
000,000, as compared with 12,000,
000 in 1878 and 8,000,000 in 1807.
Eiffel tower receipts were 0,500,000
The illness of the Prince of Wales
has not been exaggerated. He is
suffering frora varicose veins in tho
leg, and this is a symptom of a more
general constitutional trouble.
Sir Henry Isaacs was installed
Lord Mayor of London on the 9th,
it being the seven hundredth anni
versary of the London Mayoralty.
The show was witnessed by two
millions of people and occupied the
streets four hours and a half. Lord
Salisbury at the Guildhall banquet
congratulated tho country on the
splendid expansion of trade. He
warned labor agitators that they
undertook grave responsibilities.
Ireland was progressing with in
creasing prosperity and diminishing
disorder. No member of the Gov
ernment indulged in tho wild theory
of home rule, but' all were ready
with a practical policy which would
satisfy the country. The policy was
unchanged in Egypt, and the dilll
culties m Europo tended to a peace
Discoveries made by the police
in Filzroy square, London, have in
volved several noble families in a
cloud of scandal. In consequenco
Lord Arthur Somerset has resigned
his commission in the Guards and
bis position as Equery in the house
hold of tho Prince of Wales. Other
Lords have gone abroad suddenly.
It is rumored that Munroe, Chief
Police Commissioner, has thrcatcn
ened to resign in consequence of
interference by higier powers in his
piosecution of inon implicated in tho
Dervishes sacked and burned
Gondnr, the capital of Abyssinia,
but wcro later defeated with the loss
of threo chiefs.
A revolution has overturned the
Government of Brazil, and a repub
lic has been proclaimed with a pro
visional government. It is said the
Imperial family will be protected.
The Minister of Marino was serious
ly wounded by the rebels. The
army aud navy combined to carry
the revolution. Emperor Dom
Pedro is still seeking health in Europe.
HOffOLULtf, ft. JM 1COVEMBEK SB, 1660.
Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
On TUESDAY, Nov. 2Gtli,
XT lli O'CLOCK SOOX,
On the International Motel Premiers,
r' rnt-r of He h.il and Hotel tticuts, 1
will tell nt Public Auction, the
2-story Wooflen MWm
Now occupied a9 a restaurant.
py Buildings to be removed within
JAS. F. -MORGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
And Building Rocks !
On TUESDAY, Nov. 20th,
AT 1 O'CLOCK NOOK,
On the International Motel Premises,
corner of Ucthcl uml Hotel streets, I
will sell at PuBlic Auction, all tho
Coral Blocks, Building Rocks &
It ED BRICKS I
Now lying on said premises.
jfgThc material to he removed within
two days after tho sale.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
CHRISTMAS and HEW EAR'S
-:-SUCKLING PIGS -:-
Ducks & Chickens.
Dgy-FOK SALE BY
BSFOtdcra to be left with O
A few young thoroughbred
Berkshire -:- Boars
from imported stock,
Also a few
FAT -TURKEY '
LEWIS & CO.
BASEBALL SHOES RUBBER
LADIES' "HONEsT'' SHOKS,
Untrimmed Hats !
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
tillk, 75c to $1.00.
Boys' dps - New Styles - School Hats
MEN'S WHITE BIIIHTS, Lnun-
dried and Unlaundriid.
and a varied assortment of
XMAS : GOODS !
BR & 57 Hotel Street.
J. T. WATHIUIOUSK.
o. 1 0 Store
lias just opened out a lnrgo assortment
of Goods suitable for the
JG-Ioliclay -:- Trade
HAND PAINTED NOYELTIES,
Yes and KTo Dolls !
And Dolls of every other dts
New Games, Footballs,
And oilier kind of Halls,
Dpll Carriages, Hocking Ilorsoa,
Eto., Die., lite. Eic,
Toys for the Million
NEW STYLUS IN
DRY and FANCY GOODS.
Is Issuing a new form of inauranco wrileh provides, in the event of death, for a return of nil premiums paid in ad
dition to tho amount of tho policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of years, tho Company. will
return all tho premiums paid with interest; or, instead of accepting the policy and profits in cash the lecal holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT FURTHER PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS, take in
lieti thereof tho amount of policy and profits in FULLY PAID UP insurance, paiticipatlng annunlly in dividends.
Remember, this contract is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in tho United Slates, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in the Win Id, its assets exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of Dollnis.
ESP" For full particulars call on or
TAHITI s LE
Gimcr Ale, Hoi Ale, Grenaflii, RasjtaTafle, Sarsaprilla,
MINERAL WATERS, ETC., ETC., ETC, ETC.
jbst All communications
Will icturn liy the "Australia" next
trip, with the
Finest Assortment of Jewelry,
Kver seen in Ilouolulu, including the
Ititf t pat,ri;i ns ami designs in
RUBIES, ETC., ETC.
From Germany, France, Kngiam! and
Till you tj.mine his Hock. Hit
well knmwi kill in
Knablc- him to su t an fincy in or''erH
for npiciul oik. 409 if
Suitable flrjpiy Gills
I have just received from tho-manufac.
tunrs in Ireland .n laric and assorted
shipment, of Irish Linens of all Ulnda.
Damask Table Cloths,
In ni-w nnd hcauiiful patterns wiih
Napkins to mateh, from ilie cheapest
to tho best quulitleH manufactured.
In all styles unci prices guatuntCLd,
IRISH LACE HANDKERCHIEFS,
In all styles nnd qualities.
Of all makes nnd pattern, the finest
selection ever imported Also,
Doyley's Toilet Covers, Towols, &c, &c
Aho, a fi'W very choice
CABINET: PHOTO ; ALBUMS,
Manufactured hy Marcus Ward &
403 if W. C. Sl'ROUIX.
Dr. M. E. GKOSSMAN,
Returned on tho Australia and has re.
sumed practice at his former olUco, SS
Hotel street. -100 tf
U TRADE J
njyji ...& , jjAit iiV U'niffi to rv"-'-- ""'"ftMit)j
OF ISW YOIRIS:
anil oxvlers aliould be addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
The Beat American Pianos in the World;
WESTERMAYER'S PIANOS !
The Uest German Pianos for this Climate.
Ed. IIOFFSCHLAEGEIt & Co., Sole Agents for thejrlawniian Islands for
Stcinway & Sons, New York ; and Ed. Wcstcriuayer, Berlin.
DFlasC 1HEH. -
Cabinet Uprights &
For Sale at Jloderato Prices by
Ed. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.,
406 lm-114 4t
dent's Fine Blue Flannel Suits,
Young Men's Black French Diagonal Suits 1
Boya' Fine Light Weight Cassimero Suits!
Gent's Fine Neckwear, Hosiery, Underwear 1
GENT'S BLACK, BROWN and GREY
FINE STIFF FELT HATS.
All tho above Goods aro NEW GOODS and NEW DESIGNS, and
will be sold at VERY LOW FIGURES at
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
Tho Leading Millinery Houeo, Corner Fort & Hotel sts.
CRYSTAL -:- SODA -:- WORKS,
JOHN GRACE, : : Proprietor.
SOLE MANUFACTURERS of "THE GREAT .BLOOD
SAESAPARILL A and IRON WATER,
Ginger Ale, Sareaparilla, Lemon, Cream & Plain Soda.
tar C1IASUAGNE OrDJEK. -CS
ALL AEBATED WATERS GUARANTEED PURE
54;KING SS'jntKICr CS1
Mutual Telephone 3 30 -a o ssr Bell Telephone 398
eIsland orders promitlyntlonded to. nov-8-80-0m
TO THE PUBLIC.
HAVING retired fr'ni the innnagc.
ment of the Hawaiian Hotel
tjlaulcs O rnipany, T thank the generous
pulilio for their liberal patronage and
bespeak the snrn.0 to my successors,
Mr Paul iBcnberg, Jr, and hl genial
mauaKer, Mr. 8. 1. Bliaw, who is well
and favorably known In this commu
nity, and will further say that wo will
still continue as a specialty tho hand,
ling of all kinds of live siock particu
larly horses and mules, which we will
huv constantly on hand. Orders sent
to the Hawaiian Hotel Stahles will ho
promptly executed and satisfaction gua
ranteed. E. R. MILES.
HAVING taken tho management of
the Hawailau Hotel titables I
wish to notify all of the old friends of
the Stablos and the puhllo in general
that It will he our aim to continuo the
husinoEB In first-class stylo in every
particular. 8. 1. SHAW.
Honolulu, Noy. 20, 1889. 409 St
- . ..-' . ,Ji, ,..AravMJLJiL
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
: - PIANOS !
King and Bethel Streets.
I HAVE thii day sold tho Tahiti
Lemonndu Works to tho Tahiti
Lemonade oiks Company, nnd request
an immediate sittlemont with me of all
outstanding accounts. All bills due by
tho Into business will be paid hy
J. K. UROWN.
Honolulu, Oct. 31, I860, 895 lm
European Billiard Parlors.
THE Handsomest Billiard Parlors in
tho city, and fitted up in the most
approved style. Four tables with all the
J. 1 BOWEN.& CO.,
270 tf Proprietors.
I7ATHER Damlen'a Photos. J. J.
: Williams has for sale by special
permisbion at his studio, Fort street,
photographs of thn late Fnthor Damicu
taken shortly before IiIb death. Also, a
series of scientific photos of interest to
the medical faculty. 335 tf
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